Vermont is figuratively and literally a breath of fresh air. A favorite vacation spot for visitors seeking scenic beauty and recreational activities all year round. Choosing to stay at one of the many Vermont vacation rentals is a great way to enjoy all that Vermont has to offer.
Book one of the gorgeous Vermont vacation rentals
as your base to explore the incredible wonders of the Green Mountain State as Vermont is often referred to as. It is aptly described as a picturesque state with its verdant mountains, glistening water bodies, and fertile lands. While staying at a Vermont vacation rentals
, you can enjoy a refreshing vacation and myriad activities throughout the year. Be it the sizzling hot summers, the chilly winters, or the colorful spring, you will find an amazing range of activities awaiting you.
If you are an avid golfer then stay at one of the Killington vacation rentals, located near excellent golf courses and wonderful trails meandering through the city. Besides fabulous golfing opportunities, you can also enjoy night skiing, sledging, snowshoeing and snowboarding before returning to the cozy warmth of your Vermont vacation house rental. With so much to do and enjoy near the Vermont vacation rentals
of your choice, you will find yourself falling in love with life all over again.
The Green Mountains that wind their way around the state paint a brilliant backdrop for admiring the tranquility that rests beneath the trees there. With distinct culinary productions like maple syrup, cheeses and microbreweries covering the state, Vermont offers world-class tastes served with a friendly, down-to-earth attitude.
While the winters are entirely devoted to fantastic skiing and other activities such as sledging and snowmobiling, and once the snow has melted you can enjoy fishing, hiking, mountain biking, trekking and much more. One of the best places to enjoy winter sports is in Stowe where numerous Stowe vacation homes
provide an easy access to a wide range of terrain and more than 48 trails including the Front Four and the Spruce Peak for skiers and snowboarders of varying levels.
Some sights unique to Vermont are the covered bridges and maple sugar houses. The bridges are scattered throughout Vermont and are popular among sightseers and are thought to be a romantic excursion. Maps are available to show you where some of the highlights are. Vermont is the leader in U.S. maple syrup production and many enjoy touring the Maple Sugar Houses where you can see how it’s made and sample the final product.